Flippin’ great

Claire Trainor from the Northern Ireland Hospice handed out Ashers pancakes on Shrove Tuesday in Glengormley to celebrate the charity's partnership with the local bakery. Newtownabbey Times reporter Jonathan Bell, an excellent [pancake] tosser, and Anne Watson were flipped to receive the delicious fare. The Hospice is urging people to get in training and support it for the Belfast Marathon.
Claire Trainor from the Northern Ireland Hospice handed out Ashers pancakes on Shrove Tuesday in Glengormley to celebrate the charity's partnership with the local bakery. Newtownabbey Times reporter Jonathan Bell, an excellent [pancake] tosser, and Anne Watson were flipped to receive the delicious fare. The Hospice is urging people to get in training and support it for the Belfast Marathon.
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THE Hospice and Ashers Bakery teamed up for some flippin’ great pancake action this Shrove Tuesday.

The charity handed out some of the bakery’s finest - and tastiest - pancakes and some of the chosen few at the Newtownabbey Times were delighted to help out in ‘sampling’ the goods.

The Hospice is urging more people to sign up and support it for the upcoming Belfast Marathon.

Participants need not fear the full 26-mile monster challenge but can also walk part of the route or enter a relay team for the annual event.

Claire Trainor from the Hospice said those taking part always have a great time - and all for a very worthwhile cause.